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With AAP, Trilokpuri seeks ''communal-free'' environment

Nargis Khatoon, 60, vividly remembers the day when the BJP cadres used "filthy" language to address her. It was that very moment she decided to vote for the AAP to keep "communal and caste-based" politics at bay in her Trilokpuri area that is still struggling to overcome the scars of the communal violence that broke out during Diwali last year.

Gokalpur constituency records highest voter turnout at 73.46%

Gokalpur in North-East Delhi on Saturday saw the highest voter turnout at 73.46 per cent while Delhi Cantt Assembly constituency of South-West district recorded the lowest polling percentage at 58.47.

Delhi polls: Kejriwal promises pucca houses for slum dwellers

Accusing BJP of razing slums, Aam Aadmi Party on Friday promised pucca houses for slum dwellers and freehold rights to the lease holders at affordable rates, as it presented its agenda for 15 lakh residents of 45 resettlement colonies in the national capital.

Ex-BJP MLA, who fell unconscious at Sadhvi's rally, dies

 Senior BJP leader and former Trilokpuri MLA Sunil Vaid, who fell unconscious on stage while delivering his address during the rally of Union Minister Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti on December 8, passed away today at a private hospital here.

Week after controversial speech, Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti holds rallies in Delhi

BJP on Monday relocated the scheduled 'nukkad sabha' venue of Union minister Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti, whose controversial speech recently had stalled parliament for days, following police instructions.

False alarm about trouble at Trilokpuri throws cops in tizzy

Delhi Police was thrown into a tizzy on Thursday evening when it received around a dozen calls about a brawl and stone-pelting in east Delhi's Trilokpuri area, where communal clashes had erupted around the time of Diwali this year.

Wounds would fester for long: Trilokpuri residents say

 Life has virtually come to a standstill for 75-year-old Wahidan, a resident of Block-20 in Trilokpuri since her son was picked up by police in connection with the recent clashes that has hit the area.

Hindus lead Muharram processions as Trilokpuri takes steps towards normalcy

East Delhi's Trilokpuri on Tuesday set an example of communal harmony as Hindu volunteers came out to lead Muharram processions in the area which had witnessed violent clashes between two communities around the time of Diwali.

Muharram processions peaceful in Bawana, observance low-key
Muharram processions peaceful in Bawana, observance low-key

The Muharram processions in Outer Delhi's Bawana area, which had been on the boil since Sunday's 'Mahapanchayat', today passed off peacefully amid heavy police deployment.

Hindus to lead Muharram processions in Delhi's Trilokpuri
Hindus to lead Muharram processions in Delhi's Trilokpuri

New Delhi: Delhi Police have deputed extra force to avoid any fresh violence as a group of over 30 Hindu volunteers are poised to lead Muharram processions in riot-hit Delhi's Trilokpuri on Tuesday  while setting an example of communal amity.

Muharram to be observed in Trilokpuri under heavy security

Muharram will be observed tomorrow in east Delhi's violence-hit Trilokpuri area amid heavy security with Hindu volunteers taking part in the processions.

Prohibitory orders relaxed for 13 hours in Delhi's Trilokpuri on Monday

Delhi Police on Monday again relaxed prohibitory orders for 13 hours in Delhi's communal violence hit Trilokpuri area.

Avoid spreading rumours on Muharram: Delhi Police

Delhi Police commissioner, BS Bassi Monday appealed to the people to avoid spreading rumours during Muharram processions to be held in the city Nov 4, adding that strict actions would be taken against violators.

After Trilokpuri, communal tension grips Delhi's Bawana area

Days after Trilokpuri area witnessed communal clashes, tensions are simmering in Delhi's Bawana region where Hindu residents on Sunday took part in a a mahapanchayat demanding a bar on taziya procession to be held by Muslims on Muharram (November 04).

BJP inciting riots in Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal
BJP inciting riots in Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal

Referring to recent communal tensions in Trilokpuri, Nand Nagri, Bawana and Mundka, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal on Monday blamed the Bharatiya Janata Party of inciting riots in Delhi.

Police mediation thwarts possible trouble after Mahapanchayat in Delhi

Even as East Delhi's Trilokpuri area is yet to return to normalcy, tensions surfaced in Outer Delhi's Bawana area where a 'Mahapanchayat' was organised on Sunday over the route of religious procession of a community.

Hindus to lead Muharram procession in riot-hit Trilokpuri

Days after being hit by communal riots, Delhi's Trilokpuri is preparing to set an example in communal amity as 30 Hindu volunteers will lead the colony's Muharram procession Nov 4.

Protest outside police HQ over Trilokpuri riots

 A group of Jawaharlal University (JNU) students Saturday protested outside the Delhi Police headquarters alleging discrimination against the minority community in the communal violence that hit east Delhi`s Trilokpuri.

Prohibitory orders relaxed for 13 hours in Delhi's Trilokpuri

Delhi Police Saturday relaxed prohibitory orders for 13 hours in Delhi`s communal violence hit Trilokpuri area.

Normalcy returning to violence-hit Trilokpuri

Eight days after an alleged fight between inebriated youngsters escalated into clashes, Trilokpuri largely offers a sight of reassurance with signs of normalcy, barring fleeting moments of disquiet and suspicion.